Study: Children’s Drawings Predict Intelligence Later In Life

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Study: Children’s Drawings Predict Intelligence Later In Life

A new study has found that young children who draw pictures of people accurately, judged by whether the drawing includes the correct number of limbs and facial features, are more likely to have higher IQs as adolescents. What do you think?

  • “I think it’s a little judgmental to assume that there is a ‘correct’ number of limbs.”

    Jay Hamilton
    Teleprompter Operator
  • “That’s why I make sure to always attach some of my childhood drawings to my resume.”

    Rich Avery
    Unemployed
  • “Got it. I’ll kill my child’s imagination right away.”

    Ellen Bennet
    IV Drip Bag Assembler
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